As the Prime Minister, Mr. Modi announced the funds for fighting the menace called COVID 19 many dignitaries have come forward to donate their money in it called the PM CARE fund. Nagpur schools are not lagging behind either as we now see the city school called The Achievers School, Nagpur was first to donate the money to the PM CARES Fund. The staff along with the principal have come forward to donate the collection to the PM CARE Fund.
Calling this to be their social responsibility and awareness they came out with this wonderful gesture. As per reports, the staff has donated their one month’s salary toward the PM CARES Fund generated by the Prime Minister Mr. Modi in the wake to combat the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Talking about the same, Mrs. Sapna Katiyar the Director of the school said that every citizen of India should contribute as per their capacity to combat the deadly virus.
She called this as a small contribution from their side for fighting the menace and hope to inspire others also to join in this crisis. The school is the first in Nagpur to stand and contribute to the same. Interestingly, the school has always remained at the front of all such calls made by Indian PM or the CMS of other states for various relief activities including Kerala flood relief or the ‘fight hunger’ drive carried out on the World Food Day. Later Dr. Priyadarshini Deoghare, Director-Academics & Principal was also seen encouraging the people to contribute to the society.